The Vivo Y91i is now available in the Philippines. Priced at PHP8,499, the smartphone features a large display and an equally large battery.

Vivo Y91i Philippines

It appears Vivo Philippines is not yet done for the year. As the holiday draws near, the company outs another smartphone to the local market. The Vivo Y91i was quietly announced, joining the company’s ranks of midrange devices.

Related: Vivo Y91 now available in the Philippines; Features Snapdragon 439, dual cameras, 4,030 mAh battery

The Vivo Y91i is a toned down version of the Y91 that launched last month. It’s almost the same phone, but with 2GB RAM and 16GB storage.

The handset comes with a large 6.22-inch display with the halo notch and an 88.6% screen-to-body ratio. It has an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 439 processor with 2GB RAM and 32GB of expandable storage.

At the back, the phone has an AI-powered 13MP + 2MP dual camera setup. While in front, you have an 8MP selfie shooter.

One of the highlights of the Y91i is its large 4,030 mAh battery. It has enough juice to last a full day.

The Vivo Y91i is now available in Starry Black, Ocean Blue, and Red with an official price of PHP8,499.

Vivo Y91i specs:

SPECS VIVO Y91i
Display 6.2-inch HD+ FullView IPS Display (1520 x 720, 271 ppi), 19:9 Aspect Ratio
Processor 1.95GHz Octa-Core Qualcomm Snapdragon 439 Processor
GPU Adreno 505 GPU
RAM 2GB RAM
Storage 32GB Storage, MicroSD Slot
Rear Camera 13MP + 2MP Dual Rear Cameras, f/2.2, LED Flash
Front Camera 8MP Front Camera
Connectivity 4G LTE, Dual SIM
Wi-Fi Wi-Fi 802.11
Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.2
GPS GPS, BEIDOU, GLONASS
Others Fingerprint Scanner (Rear), Micro USB, FM Radio, OTG
OS FunTouch OS 4.5, Android 8.1 Oreo
Dimensions 155.11 x 75.09 x 8.28 mm, 163.5 g
Battery  4,030 mAh Battery
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